Denise Levertov reads her poetry and talks with Anita Frankel about her politics and her life, and how the two work together. There is a lot of discussion about the 1960s and describing intense moments in the antinuclear movement in places like Seabrook and Washington, D.C. No intro or outro. Among the poems read are For the blind, Talk in the dark, Psalm: people power at the die-in, In silence, Olga poems pt. v, and The split mind.
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